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1 .AAfcTD LOCAL
From Sunday's Dally: .
II, 0. Plcegor goos to rortlnml on lite
Alliance tohavo his -arm attended to,
na it lios been giving him much trouble
einco tlio amputation.
Cnpt. Norman Kelson, of tho Cape
A rago Life-Saving stntloti wns in town
vosterdny. lie corroborates the report
that the btir.is in unusually pood comli
Goo. Qrueh-v is ropartcd quilt
ef?V nt her homo at Portor.
W. 0. Mathaws, of Fnirview, is in
town on business. Ho reports tvort
thing in n flourishing condition at Fnir
view. 11. M.ui'.eiid new
plr.it d in ibo water
mdv for busiuMS.
bunch has been
md will eoon be
Tho L'bioij Utter arrived yesterday
,20 dcys from San Fe iro, and reporting
a very rough trip.
Mr. Mills who has breu living in Mr?.
.Towor's home on Broadway has remov
ed to Myrtle Point.
Mr. and Mrs, P. S. Donobraka aro
passengers on the Alliance for Portland,
where Mre. Boncbrake will undergo a
turcica 1 operation.
Potty Mike's Diary, Feb. 22, 1903
No amount cf advertising poor things
will build up a lasting business the
ncd.'cg public know a thing or two.
Saturday alternoon tha Evergreen
AVhiit club met with Mrs. John K cites.
.This was the last meeting of the club
before Lent. Tho next meeting will be
with Mrs. F. M. Frledberg on .Saturday
The honors were won by Mre. J. T.
McCorrasc and Mre. F. X. Hofer. All
members of the club were present end
an excellent timo is reported.
Kill the dogs
There is much complaint that deer
arc being run by the dogs in the vicinity
of Isthmus slough. This ia against the
law at any time and ia especially repre
hensible at this tcacon. It will soon
run tho deer out of tho tection where
.the dogs operate, unless as sometimes
happens, the dogs dies suddenly, in
which caao the mourners are few.
Word has been received from San
Francisco that Mrs. Robert Ilerron, who
went there last week for medical treat
ment is at tho Lano hospital. She stood
the trip uicel? and the surgeons an
nounce that though her caco is eerioas,
.there is hope forbercomplote recovery,
although it will be necessary for her
to undergo an operation, Her many
fiends will be pleased to learn this good
The Puget Sound Lumberman draws
jts own conclusions from the Coast
Uil's account of recent happenings at
the Porter mill, ae follows: Louis J.
Simpson must employ hardy men in his
mill. Recently one got caught in a bolt
on a pulley, and when all was quiet
tho man had only ono eock and a shoe
on to cover his nakedness. Hie ankle
was broken, but he was not otherwise
damaged, About the Bame timo the
double circulars were wrecked and it
may be the man did that in his gyra
tions, Travel By Sea
Arrivals from South by AUianco Feb.
21: MyraE Hopkins, John Dimmitt,
Mrs J Dimmitt, W A Crano, Mra L
arl; Alice Fowler, Kittle Mack, J A
Boone, t W. L. Kleiner, Bertha Pierce,
iku 0 BHtbitt Cooper jB Savannah,
A II Italian, Mre 0 Cowan, Geo It Nay;
6ntlloJolinton,0 J Btoichkr, LMotrow,
JO Yale',' Fred McNamnra.
Departnere by Areata Fob. 21 Snlina
Dicu, Miss Scare, Pauline Dicu, Sallnn
.Dayen, Mary Devcreanx, 1. J Aruchl,
Espcrice Bleu, Augustine Deyoc, J no
Dayen, Albert Dicu, W Fcbroeder, Mlee
K Beatlle, J D 'Graham, Chas Oborg, E
Feterton, J Oleen.
Departures by Alll.tnco Feb 22; W
J Still well, Mm W J Still wall, W C
V.lkcr.Mrs Floy SllwU;-A Ltt.ille,
Mill Plorce. J W Edwards, Harry Meyo7
II A Darrtctt, T W Clark, Samuel Hath
away, OiH) Hathaway, Mary K Hath
away, II G Hathaway, B C McKinnie,
Mrs Lehmlnesky.'K Fillo, A M McKl'n
uia.V Lindcren, P Uourtt, J T PntetBOu,
Emma Kroner, Maggie Pale er, S N
Holeate, Mrs S 3 llolcitc, U A Craw-
ford, Mrs Ella Crawford, Miss Mn
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Walker, MUs Claro Walker, IIS Fhx
cer, Itobt Bullard, John Williau.i,
UrontoJenntngs, Miss II 0 Bonobrnko,
Mrs Bonebrake, Miss Winnie Hall, Mn
Hall, Qeoflry Lorcll, John Angris, M L
Brown 0 Mark, G Markcll, John Itocrig
Silver WeJdinjr Celebrated
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Matson celebrated
their sliver wedding in I. 0. O. F. Hall
Thursday evening, the hall being filled
wish invited guests. Bev. B. F. Bcnt
een, pastor of .the L'lthcran church gavo
on addrese suitable to tho occasion, after
which the worth couplo, surroundedy by
the niuo children who have blessed
their union, received tbocougratulatione
and best wishes of their assembled
Mr. and Mre. Matson wero married
in MarsbGeld, and of the ton persons
who witnisscd that ceremony a quarter
ot a century ago five were present to see
its silver anniversary observed. These
were Mr. and Mre. C- A. Johnson, Mrs
Gronman, Mre. Oren aud John Stora.
After tho ceremonies, refreshments
were served, nnd then dancing was in
dulged in. Tho hall was tastefully
decorated, end everything passed off as
pleasantly as it should on such nn
Mr. Matron is one of the old ntnnd-by
ship carpenters of tho Bay, and bun had
a hand lin shaping the ends of very
many of tho Etaunchcnd shapely vessels
w hich give Coos Bay ite good namo r.s a
From Tuesday's Dally.
S. C. Brown is raising and leveling
George Campbell's house.
E. 0. Hall mado a trip to Myrtlo
Point on business the last of the week.
Miss Ida. M. Snyder,
TreanurT of Uie
IJrootilyn lUxtt Eni Art Club,
" If womtn would pay more attention to
their health we would have more happy
wlvtJ, mothers and daughters, and If they
would obitrve rciulU they would find
that the doctors' prescriptions do not
perform the many cures they are given
" In consulting with my drusjht he ad.
vised McElree's Wise ( 6ruland Thed
ford's Black-Draught, end so I took It and
have every reason to trunk him for a new
life opened up to me with restored health,
and It only took three months to cure me."
"Wine of Cardui is a regulator of tho
mcnfctrual functions and is a most as
tonishing tonic for women. It cures
scanty, suppresbed, too frequent, irreg
ular and painful menstruation, falling
of the womb, whites and flooding. It
is helpful when approaching woman
liivid. durinir nretmancv. after child
birth and in cbango of life. It fre
quently brings a dear baby to homes
tnat have been barren for years. All
druggifcts navo 91. W bottles ot wtno
Hwty Mlku Fob. 2. "lltUil-Tlui matt
who eajs ndvci Using doesn't pay nlwiiyn
Tltu Hi oiler lia? comnioneaJ tlm manu
facture of lum ales, and they nio hot
Frank I'roy will assist Tho. lllitlms
in running hie lino dairy farm on North
Coos river. '
J, P. Wilton mil K. H; Doyens two
of Sumnei's solid fiuinocn weie In town
on business teetoidny, '
Washington's birthday passu 1 with
out special obiervanro in Marsolh'ld
bcyouil thu closlnc of the b.ti'k.
Homo wet mail us received yeiter
Jav. ns a result ot ono of tha' packuorres
faliluK over the Krntlo. "
C.pt. M.mly Boberti cams up on tho
Czarina to visit hu mothor, who is in
poor health, at Allegany. Q
Win. Bremer, o.' Allugany. brought
down his liltlo ton to Dr. MiC'miiac
who is attending him (or hip disease.
Colfox Harry has resigned his position
us muil carrier on the Hojebur,; route,
and Iias cone to work for L. H. Hoisner.
ltev. Chas. Beckinau, a graduato ol
Depew University, ol Greoncnetlo Mich
iguu is now installed in tho paitorate of
tho M. E. church at Gardiner'
Tho Emma Utter will hnjo a now
mizzenmasi, Alex Anderson is mnk
ins tho spar under tho died at the ship
yard. R, E. Johnson, proprietor of John
son's mill, made a brifaf business visit
to this city, accompanied by Mra. John
son. The turntable at tho depot gavo -By
Friday evening under tho weight of the
locomotive, making some delay in oper
ations, but damages wero repaired in
Major Kinney left Boecburg yoster
nay morning fur .this point, coming in
on horseback over the Coos Pay wagon
road, aud will probably arrivo WedueJ
day. Thojc who attended tho maviuorado
billatLlbby Saturday night report a
a very enjoyable time. When tho Lih
by people go in for a good timo they
always have it,
E. G. Flr.uapan's delivery horse took
a spin around town yestei-lay, but did
not do much damage, It is sail that
Levi had a scientifically -compounded
omelette on his hands.
Crows of tho schooners Annie Hmale
, and Salvator, which are loading lum
ber at tho railroad wharf, laid off yes
terday fo eclobrato Washington's birth
day. i-- ,-- ii
Tho Young Peoplo'fl Whist club had a
very pleasant dancing party Saturday
evening at I. 0. 0. F. hall. A banquet
was served to which all did amplf Ju
Jlio msiquerado at Empire City Sot
urday night waB'd'p'ronbunccd Hticcen
from tho itandpoinl of tlio enjoyment
of the parUclpanii. Everybody had i
good timo and expressed tlio hope-that
it might bo repeated at eomb' future
Monday evoning tho Women of Wood
craft had a social time after tho regular
wori: of. the evening. ThoIftdie3ot tho
order and invited friends spent tho
evening in a hocIoI gamo of ol cards, con
versation and other oojoyment. Ele
gant refreshments wero served.
Miss Bronto Jennings a very bright
and highly esteemed young lady of
East Marshfleld went North on the
Alliance to attend thu II iuh' School in
Portland, She ia fitting for a teacher
Bho will raako her homo with horaunt
Mrs. Spoone'r whilo in Portland. Her
friends hero wish hor ovory success
I'lorOtcu Wilsl A fiiU'lIuys ngrt I.CtKi
loot of lumber wntmwid at the Klorcncu
Itiimbiir CVtt mill hforo hour. This is
pi ninthly the Inrgostvpllo oi liimbtir over
cat ul Hint mill In that length ol timo.
Tho inotlvo power Is noon to bo Inneits
ul by tho luhlllloti of another ciiglnu
Ptigol Sound Lnmberiimn. Ona bon-
drid niul twtiity-oiui (lr logs wcruu-
coiitly Kuld to it WlitiU-nm mill) Hint
untied -UO.JWU fenl, or u vuriK of a,-lf)0
feet each. The Irgs wero nil thirty
two feet in length, They cnutu ' ho
Seattl'. Logging Company's enmps, in
A mnii ciifiHTtcnl ol being M, I). Lnit
dii, wnu ii run till nt Elmlrn Tueedny
nnd tnkcn to Eugene snya the Floreuco
West. Hegntu IiIn iinmw nsCnrr mid
and Knld hu war traveling through thu
country and hnd coma out from tho
Siurlinv. Invuttigatiou proved Hint the
man wits nut Lntidie and hu was rclenuud,
Coqnlllo llulletlu. W. C. Hosn and
his father, K. T. Kosr, of this city,
mado Murshllcld mid North lloml n
short visit Tuesday, returning Wcdoes
dnyeteuing. Mr. Itoeo wbb highly im
preeeed with North ltend ns (very thing
is in a flourishing condition. Ho wns
brief in expressing' his opinion but
thinks North Bend ii the coming In in
hering center of thecoait.
How id Tjicy Know
Tho Gardiner Gazette publishes a list
nf th'cib'ts li-lt nt thu house of ouu of its
friends on the occasion of a recent lance.
In the list is "a lovti letter," and now
tho question nrieca: How did those
(oiks kuowit was a !ovo letter?
Tom Micklowright went to Catching
slough Sunday to Il'l tho pulpit of Hor.
Ituugaii nt the U. B. church. Tho topic
of Mr. Mlcklewrl'iht's service wns
"Trust" andUiodiccoursew.il well re
ceived by a large congregation.
As n result of the teachers (lamina
tion wo mentioned Inst week, thu fol
lowing wore granted certificates: May
ISoyrie, Pcllo Ellington, Itnth Tudd,
Nettio Kln, Poai; Walker, Fxarfk Ilil
lion, Nellie Kerrigan, Efllo Collier, Win
nio Hall, Effie King, Lena Ixigan, Lena
Falrroan, Susie Tuttle, Kato Stekel,
Fiorenco Carter, Laura Eico'.t and
Daisy Becdy. Louis E. Drown applied
(or state papers by examination and Miss
Rose Mulkoy for lifo diplomi hy rcc
commendation being a Norrnnl grr.duato.
School .Strike Story pcnie
Editors Coath Mail:
Kindly correct your otutomont
Sunday's edition, to tho effect that there
had been a strike of tho pupils ofMiueAn
doreon'a room, tho eccond grade, as such
statement is entirely without foundation
on fact. Tho publication, m worded by
you cannot fail to result in the injur
ing of tho school, both ot horn's 5 nd
abroad. It will tend to tnstko -tho pub
lic believe thero is efficacy in school
trikes, an attempt .it which could ro
sultonly in micchief. And it will, if un
corrected, rnnko other ructions bcliiiVd
wo bavo a peculiar eyatom of di ecipliro
in otir schools. You will confer a fevor
hy giving tho samo publicity to tlila
that you did tho unfounded ctatcment
Keep. F. A. Goliiu.v,
Feb 23, 1003, .
i,The Mail wjll only soy that it got tho
story from a gohtleman of tho utmost
Buy it Now
Do not wait until you aro elck nljh
unto daath, and thou send for Chamber
Iain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrliopa
Itemedy, hut buy it now nnd bo prepar
ed for an emergency. It is the one rem
edy that can altVays bo depended upon
in the most severe and dangerous cases.
For sale by Jnoi Preuee,
Wlimi you lfl III"" ml that nvery
thing loi' wrong, titlto n ilosu Of Chniu
hitrlitlu's HlhmiH'li mid I. Ivor TnblolM,
They will ulemisu mid invlgorntu your
Htonint'li, muitliil" '' IiowmIh, glvu von
it'lluli lur your fwnl mid iiuikii you feel
lint ill till) "HI wtii Id !( i UikhI pluon to
livi'. For mlu by John P'uiuh.
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From Wednoodny's U.tlly.
t'lrtttdo Wittoru, ol l.e, I J visiting
(rlriids In tow itk
tri. U. II. Wnltor In qulto tick at llor
homo In South Mnrrhlluhl.
J, It, Itubcrtitoii h?i go"" t U'" T
miles lakes for mi iiii'.lr.g.
Nublu Mros. aro Imvlug tho front of
thu Union Butcher t-hop imluted in
gay colors by I). M. Unman.
C. W. Uraudoii has nculved n now
moving plcluro mnclilTii', with which
hu propose:) to rive Irto eiitcrtaluii onto
on tho ttrt'oti. "
ItuMy Miko'M Dlmy, Feb. i'B, II'011-It
ie tho short cut In ndvertlrlng that lends
to tho Iwg k'Ji-p on tho well benton
Dud Johnson the Cuq'Jlllo City meat
market man, liatlhccii rpeiidlng n few
days In town In tho Interest of Ills prick
ing house, which 111 locatud itt Myrtlu
Gits Engblom, who Iiiib been iiinnhig
tho Inrgo donkey rngluo in II. Seng
stacken'a camp on Pciiy sletigli, litis to
signed hln position,
A Mr. Dlbblolms nr.twl of IteynJd
01(cn tho boarding hoiisu building now
txcupled by L. H. Hi-Inner, nnd will
take poesneion the flrnt of tho month.
Kcvlral services at thu Methodist
church coiitinuo with increased Inter
est, peopln aro waking up. Dro. Crane
tho gospel tempcrauco worker is assist
ing. Ed Hansen formofly ol do Day nnp
a brother of Jens Hnutcu, Ii now ehlif
engineer of tho Pnerleas, oii-j of thn
Sprcckbls passenger iteamou plying hu
twocn Ban FranctsCo and tho Huwailnn
..r 11,.. Pir.i.,.br
of thu 1 1011m
J. Vi. lllggR got K umi
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ill IHU UUBi Bllll UBI "I ' '
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market. Tlm caps-Uiug of small ukiff
precipitated him Into tho Lay, where
lie Kept Blioat nnrmu in uit uur uiiu
Bill Creason came to his roicuo.
Piogrcuivo wh!st was one ol tip at
tractions at tho social, after thulrcgiilur
meeting of thu Women of Woodcraft.
Prizes were given fcs follows: Mre.
Koltcs rind Mr. Is Lando received first
honors and conlolritious were awnrded
to Mlsi Cora Chapman and C. A.
STATE AND OBNERAL NEWS.
Jackson county has1 a Stock Breeders
Thero are now 1208 patients In ll e
asylum at ffalorn. Tho capacity cf the
iustltution (a but 13(J0
L,N. Booneyhni the contract to build
tho now opera house at Eugene. It will
Cjias. W. Yuungflf MuMlnnvlllo, com
mitted suicide Thursday morning by
taking carbolic acid.
Tho Indian girls of Clemnwa school
defeated tho basket bJl team of Cor
vnllie. The gamo wns a tie and was
played off resulting In tho Corvallle girls
It la expoctcd that California will ap
propriate sjM,()C() for the Lowia nnd
Clark exhibition nt Portland. $30,000
to Lo UECd as a state building nnd tho
balnnco for exhibits.
James (Simons of Richland who was
ehot by marshal Boborteon last Tuesday
uight) died Thursday morning. Ho
was nlnil whllu rinhtlui: that olljcV.
TliiiJuttishTrlhui.u" Is it new nr
ptihliuhi'il In Poithiiid, Tho I'llllorn mid
piihlitilinni mo David N, nod M. Mrios
sqIid, well known tidwrpniiur men of
thin f'onrt. "
V)oinlnu linn nppropilntid (itn.OOOfor
mieiiilllt it Hid l.uwli ACIai'k t'alr..
Uhih w II hnvoii 1 0,000 liilwtcst lu
tho l.i wis mnl Clink Fair. IHnh nxhih
lint tlm Kt. Loulu i'uir will ho tisihl nt
, At J..iKmllli) Uio ulllcum gavo a
hlg hnll lur thn benefit of a school
library. 'I lie Imilrr ol tho lown tlotiftt
lug the nuppor,
The stockmen ol flrant county liavo
(ormit!ly nolMhnl nlincpmen to keep off
Gtiint county ranges aid point out that
tlicro will 1 0 serious trouble II they do
W. E. Martin, of Artorla whoso
fi-yenrit-olil son wns klilnnpeil by Ills vrlfo
n few dny's ngo nnd taken to Knlso,
where ho went mid got thlm. A mob
followed ntid attempted to got pomisslon
of thu ho)', Ho was abh) to stand of
tho mob until ho reached n boat and
nlnrtcil down tlm Columbia.
Tendency -of the Times
Tho tendency of medicnl rclenco Ii
towmd preventive mraftiirofl. Thn heil
thoiivht of thn world if) being given to
the Milijurt It In easier nnd ImttT to
prevent thmi to cuto. It Iimn Ih-du fully
demiiimtrnti'd llmt jiiii'iiinoiilu, 6110 of
tho innil ilnugtoiM dioi'nu'D Unit uifdl
caI iimn liivii to contend with, cut bo
prevented hy thu liro ol Choiiihuiiulu'r)
Cough Ui'iin-dy. Pneumonia olwnys
rcriilti Irottt n rold or nn attack ol Inllii
ort U'rlp), mnl It ban be till ohseavnl
Unit 1 1 i-t r.inixly couiitnraMi any t'ii-It-iirv
of thrsn dUeun-s toivatil pinn
moiiiii. ThH Inn Ireu fully proven In
iiiniiy Ihoim.ind o' i-mou In whii'li thh
riiii'dy linn Uen used during thn gr'nt
priivalHiim of roldi mid grip In ixieiit
yinr. mnl run ho ri'lit-d upon with im
plirit uiiifldunci), I'nrumoitln nfli'ii n
cilllfi from u nhglit rold nhmi no ilnuunr
Ik npprHiiiiiil'd until it I Miil'lmily din-coti-rrd
that ihern In fetor nnd n dilllcnl
tv In lucatl'ink' and pulnr In thn i'hl,
illen it It mitioilui'td t lint the piuieiit
Iiiim pneuiiiniilii. lie 00 tho xnfu rtdo
and tnko Cliuiiiberlnln's Cou.'h Hciiuxlv
iiKM)i) n thn rold in contrnct"). It
nlways cures. For ralu by J110. Pruiiss,
Xuml Cnlnrrli quickly ylrhli to trcAU
meiit by IUyi Croani Balm, which U iigrro.
ntily nro'imtle. It i rocrlvcil tliroui;li tho
iniktrlU, clcaunos and herds lhp whnln imr
fnco oror which it difTusvu lUolf. DruguUla
kill the r.0c. Blroj Trial i.lso' by mnii, 10
ontii. Tost it and you aro auro to coutiuus
tho treatment. '
To nccoiiiiuoilnUi thoiio who nro narllol
to thn una of utotnlzerrt hi npnlyliiK IKiUliU
into Uio uonal jAngo lor tnwrrum irvu.
Uti, tho proprietors preinr Cream llahn In
liquid form, which will hrt known n Ely's
, j , Cfc;m a,m 1r,,0 hlfI)I(lnK tl).
Into Uie uanal iAngo8 for tnUirrlml trvtu
l .. . r. . . ... ni. r
I I l.iiil.l
spraying tube is 75 cents. Uruggtata or hy
Wo iirnniMly ottnlu U H niul Fnrclnn
Ktiii'l mo.l3l,Moicli or iiliiHoolliisiritl' 11 lor
irouroimrimi tniciitaiiiiity, rnr (MoMxik,
Hdwi)Hjciiro'rnnnc u a 010 wmv
'ppoalto U. S. Patent OHIoo
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